A short-lived variety half-hour sponsored by the Continental Can Company. The program was hosted by John Daly, already a respected radio newsman and later the host of What's My Line? The featured performers were comic Jackie Kelk (famous as Homer Brown on The Aldrich Family), vocalist Margaret Whiting and Ray Bloch's orchestra. Audio Files Sourced: Continental Celebrity Club - Free OTR Shows ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Continental Celebrity Club, OTR:Old Time Radio, Anne Rutherford, Diana Lynn, Linda Darnell, Pat...
Sorry Folks, but I had to delete the audio files I had uploaded. They weren't OTR, or even old, but rather a recent reading by Bill Irwin and put out by Random House. It is therefore most likely NOT in public domain and I CERTAINLY had them mislabeled. A big thank you to the alert reviewer who pointed this out. I hope to figure out how to delete this entry so that it doesn't clutter up this valuable website. ( 1 reviews )
Some additional episodes missing from the other large collection of Duffy's Tavern which can be found Here. Audio Files Sourced: Duffy's Tavern - Free OTR Shows ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Duffy's Tavern, OTR, Old Time Radio
The Classic Vampire Story - Carmilla by J Sheridan Le Fanu Narrated by Louisa Thornton Chapter 15 â Ordeal and Execution An excerpt from Chapter 15 of Le Fanuâs novel â You have heard, no doubt, of the appalling superstition that prevails in Upper and Lower Styria, in Moravia, Silesia, in Turkish Serbia, in Poland, even in Russia; the superstition, so we must call it, of the Vampire. If human testimony, taken with every care and solemnity, judicially, before commissions innumerable, each... Topics: Carmilla, J Sheridan Le Fanu, Radio theatre Group, Louisa Thornton, Bruce Downie
Radio Programs. This syndicated show stars Dick Lane, Louise Arthur and Walter Tetley. Doug Young was the announcer. This was programme no. 8 in the series. Topics: Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Walter Tetley, Doug Young, Anderson Family, old time radio
The Classic Vampire Story - Carmilla by J Sheridan Le Fanu Narrated by Louisa Thornton Chapter 16 - Conclusion An excerpt from Chapter 16 of Le Fanuâs novel â The amphibious existence of the vampire is sustained by daily renewed slumber in the grave. Its horrible lust for living blood supplies the vigor of its waking existence. The vampire is prone to be fascinated with an engrossing vehemence, resembling the passion of love, by particular persons. In pursuit of these it will exercise... Topics: Carmilla, J Sheridan Le Fanu, Radio Theatre Group, Louisa Thornton. Bruce Downie
The Classic Vampire Story - Carmilla by J Sheridan Le Fanu Narrated by Louisa Thornton Chapter 9 â The Doctor An excerpt from Chapter 9 of Le Fanuâs novel â "It certainly is very odd; I don't understand it quite. Laura, come here, dear; now attend to Doctor Spielsberg, and recollect yourself." "You mentioned a sensation like that of two needles piercing the skin, somewhere about your neck, on the night when you experienced your first horrible dream. Is there still any... Topics: Carmilla, J Sheridan Le Fanu, Radio Theatre Group, Louisa Thornton, Bruce Downie
A new podcast from Radio Theatre Group The Classic Vampire Story - Carmilla by J Sheridan Le Fanu Narrated by Louisa Thornton Chapter 8 - Search An excerpt from Chapter 8 of Le Fanuâs novel â The whole household, with my father at its head, was in a state of agitation next morning. Every part of the chateau was searched. The grounds were explored. No trace of the missing lady could be discovered. The stream was about to be dragged; my father was in distraction; what a tale to have to tell the... Topics: Carmilla, J Sheridan Le Fanu, Radio Theatre Group, Louisa Thornton, Bruce Downie
"CBS net. Sustaining. The first call is about a woman who has been given a marijuana cigarette. Don Reid's tape recording causes the suspect to confess! The second case is about a shooting in a motel room that turns out to be a suicide. The man's suicide note is read on the air! Don Reid (police recorder), Sterling Tracy (producer), Jim Headlock (producer), W. L. Hildebrand (Police Chief of Culver City). 28:26." - write up - Copyright David Goldin Topics: drugs, marijuana
Syndicated comedy from Hollywood, starring Dick Lane, Louise Arthur and Walter Tetley. The announcer in this programme, No. 8 of the series, is Doug Young Topics: Anderson Family, Dick Lane, Louise Arthur, Walter Tetley, Doug Young, old time radio
Third rehearsal for Radio Theatre Group's production of Back for Christmas to be staged 4th, 5th and 6th December 2008 Topics: Radio Theatre Group, James Keenan, Deborah Nicholson, India Crawford Legg, Alan dempster, Bruce...
(11 of 14 Episodes) Adventure Ahead: was a 14 episode, primarily male-oriented, childrens program which debuted August 05, 1944, on NBC Red, as a summer replacement. Directed by John Mansfield & Herbert Rice, the 14 eps aired on Saturday mornings, 10:30-11:00. The 14th (and final) episode, The Three Musketeers, aired November 04, 1944. (OTR Source: Digital Deli Too) * def gp ddh Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Childrens' Programs, Adventure Ahead
(03 Episodes) "Just Plain Bill" Old Time Radio's 23-year long run of 15-30 minute situation comedy, "Just Plain Bill," premiered at 6:45 p.m. Eastern Time, Sept. 19, 1932,on CBS Radio and stayed in this time-slot until June 16, 1933. June 19, 1933-1935, CBS moved the program to 7:15 p.m. and in 1935 these nighttime Eps were discontinued. Daytime version was added CBS Oct. 16, 1933 / CBS 11:45am 1935 thru June 12, 1936 / NBC 10:30am Sept. 14, 1936 thru March 15, 1940 / NBC... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Old Time Radio, Just Plain Bill, OTR Soap Opera, Old Time Radio, Serial, Daytime Drama